KNUST Box Number

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KNUST Box Number

The Registrar
Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science & Technology
Private Mail Bag
University Post Office
KNUST – Kumasi
Ghana.

General Information on the University:

The Registrar
Tel:   +233 -3220- 60331
Fax:  +233-3220- 60137
E-Mail: registrar@knust.edu.gh


Academic Matters including Admissions, Examinations and Student Affairs:

The Deputy Registrar (Academic & Student Affairs)
Tel:   +233 -3220- 60444
+233-3220- 61831
Fax:  +233 -3220- 60137
E-Mail: admissions@knust.edu.gh

General Administration and Municipal Services:

The Deputy Registrar (General Administration)
Tel:   +233-3220- 60438
Fax:  +233-3220- 60137

Human Resource Development
Staff Training/Continuous Professional Development Programmes, Liaison/Industrial Attachments, and Scholarships:

The Deputy Registrar (Human Resource Development)
Tel:   +233 -3220- 60352
Fax:  +233-3220- 60137
E-Mail: hrd@knust.edu.gh

General Personnel and Staff Welfare, including Appointments and Promotions:

The Deputy Registrar (Personnel & Welfare)
Tel:   +233 -3220- 60333
Fax:  +233-3220- 60137


Matters concerning University Properties including Land Lease, etc:

The Estate Officer
Tel:   +233-3220- 60316
Fax:  +233-3220- 60137


Alumni Affairs

The University Alumni Officer, University Alumni Centre
Tel:   +233-3220- 60021
Fax:  +233 -3220- 60137


University Relations including External Linkages and Visits to the University:

The University Relations Officer, University Relations Office
Tel:   +233-3220- 60021
Fax:  +233 -3220- 60137
E-Mail: uro@knust.edu.gh

General Information

The University is situated approximately on a sixteen square-kilometre campus of undulating land and pleasant surroundings, about seven kilometres away from the central business district of the city of Kumasi. The campus presents a panorama of beautiful and modern buildings interspersed with verdant lawns and tropical flora, which provide a cool and refreshing atmosphere congenial to academic studies. It has within the short period of its existence become an important centre for the training of scientists and technologists not only for Ghana, but also for other African countries as well as from other parts of the world.

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